Barbecuing this nutty, apple-filled pork is really easy.
Pillsbury fans are raving about these apple cider pork chops and it’s easy to see why. It’s not often you find a recipe that manages to be speedy, easy and impressive all at the same time.
A typical dish from the Colombian region of Valle del Cauca. Some people add chorizo or longaniza and chicken to this recipe, but in this one uses pork and chorizo.
Fresh asparagus and thinly sliced ham gets wrapped up in crescent rolls with cheese for a showstopping side dish you’ll want to make again and again.
These make for a nice lunch or light dinner.
This recipe pairs ham cream bundles tied with strips of leeks with white asparagus and a warm vinaigrette.
A few racks of ribs on the grill is sure to turn a hungry crowd into a happy crowd. Just remember to put out extra napkins.
This delicious pork dish is complemented with an earthy mushroom flavour.
Filled jalapenos are wrapped in pork sausage and smoked low over oak.
These will be the star of your Christmas brunch. They’re slightly sweet, slightly salty from the bacon and completely irresistible.
Pork tenderloin is in demand, both for its flavour and its ease of cooking. Currently the favourite is definitely wrapping the tenderloin in bacon.
I love to serve this family-favourite tenderloin—maybe because of the compliments that come with it.
Made with a slightly sweet and yellow-coloured dough that is usually found in cha chaan teng dinner rolls.
Tastier than a take away and great for nibbling and sharing.
Traditional Bavarian Roast Pork.